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The Oddest Celebrity Endorsements Of The Presidential Campaign (VIDEO)

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Celebrity endorsements are usually highly coveted by presidential candidates. While some of the more well-known celebs tend to lean towards the Democrats, both parties have a slew of actors, musicians and other famous persons supporting their bids.

The question is: do they want these endorsements?

In the video above, we compiled some of the oddest celebrity presidential endorsements caught on tape. See Chuck Norris, Mark "Luke Skywalker" Hamill, Nicki Minaj and many more make the case--in their own kooky ways--for their favorite presidential candidate.

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